E.O. Recreation Gives Helpful Hints To Moms Raising Boys

February 24, 2014 at 4:01 PM

EAST ORANGE, NJ - The City of East Orange Department of Recreation will host a Parent Resource Session in collaboration with the Sojourner Truth Middle School and East Orange Campus High School Basketball Team Parent's Association.

The topic of this Resource Session is “Helpful Hints for Single Moms Raising Boys.” During the night parents will learn how to improve communication with boys ages 10-16; measure student achievement in school and on the field and maximize athletic performance through nutrition.

Presenters for the event include, David C. Miller, author of Khalil’s Way: A Critical Thinking Novel For Boys and Tony Hayes, president of Blazin Fitness.

The night will begin with a dinner and fair hour between 5 and 6 p.m. Immediately after the Parent Session will begin. The event is free to all, but registration is required.  Child care is provided for children ages 3-8. Call 973-414-4141 to RSVP.

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